Converting an ADC Value to Equivalent Temperature? 10/07/2013 12:39 AM I'm working on a humidity controller which also controls the temperature inside a chamber.I'm done with the hardware (though i'm not the one behind the design)and which was originally designed with a 12 bit external ADC and an 89s52 uc and I replaced both with PIC 16F877A uc ...
Sep 15, 2017 · Therefore, in choosing a reference voltage (V REF) the voltage output level and initial accuracy are of the first concern. V REF is also related to the resolution of the ADC. The resolution of an ADC is defined by dividing V REF by the total number of possible conversion values. CCIO for all I/O banks must be powered up during user mode because VCCIO I/O banks are used for the ADC and I/O functionalities. Intel ® MAX 10 FPGA Device Datasheet M10-DATASHEET | 2018.06.29 Intel® MAX® 10 FPGA Device Datasheet 6
if i would like to get a voltage for a pin, i should read ADC value for the analog pin, solve this formula. Vin = ADC * Vref / CONVVAL. where ADC is the ADC value read on the pin, Vref is the ADC reference voltage. reading atmega datasheet (ADC Conversion Result pag 199) CONVVAL is 1024. Sep 25, 2013 · In this article I’m gonna show you how to make use of ADC module in PIC16F877A microcontroller with the help of Mikro C Pro compiler and Proteus 8 simulator.. At the end of this tutorial, I did the video demonstration and simulation about analog to digital conversion using PIC16f877a. 16-Channel DAS with 16-Bit, Bipolar Input, Dual Simultaneous Sampling ADC Data Sheet AD7616 Rev. 0 Document Feedback Information furnished by Analog Devices is believed to be accurate and reliable. Jul 04, 2015 · In PIC 16F877A, PORTA is a 6 bit wide bi-directional port. Apart from RA4 (PORTA BIT 4), Other PORTA pins are multiplexed with analog inputs and the analog VREF input for both the A/D converters and the comparators. Switches accepts digital inputs, so we'll set the bits of ADCON1 to digital input by writing 0x06 (6 in decimal) to the register
Re: PSoC5 ADC anko_284866 Mar 8, 2014 10:14 AM ( in response to userc_39878 ) It's my understanding that the analog votlage range is 0-1.024V, not 0-5V. 1) the voltage applied to the thermistor is the same as the voltage supplied to the ADC in MCU. Vin = Vref = 3V 2) the input voltage range to the ADC is from 0V to 3V. 3) the resolution of the ADC is 10bits, which is a normal resolution of such ADC in MCU. The quantization unit (LSB: Least Significant Bit) is approx. 2.9mV.